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April 05, 2012 05:00 AM ET | Rosie Saferstein | Permanent Link

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A moonlight tour of Grounds for Sculpture and a three-course dinner at Rat’s, 16 Fairgrounds Rd, Hamilton, will be held at 7 PM; $65, members $55. Price includes tax and gratuity, but beverages are extra. Reservations: 609-586-0616.

TUESDAY, APRIL 10
A moonlight tour of Grounds for Sculpture and a three-course dinner at Rat’s, 16 Fairgrounds Rd, Hamilton, will be held at 7 PM; $65, members $55. Price includes tax and gratuity, but beverages are extra. Reservations: 609-586-0616.

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 11
A Spring Rose wine tasting will be held at Undici Restaurant, 11 W River Rd, Rumson. 5 to 8 PM; free. For more information, call 732-842-3880.

Cellar Club, a wine-education series, will be held at the Ho-Ho-Kus Inn & Tavern, 1 E Franklin Tpk, Ho-Ho-Kus; 6:30 PM. This event will feature Sancerre vs. New World Sauvignon Blanc. Call 201-445-4115 for more information and reservations.

THURSDAY, APRIL 12
A Johnnie Walker tasting with light hors d’oeuvres will be held at Novita Bistro & Lounge, 25 New St, Metuchen. 7 to 9 PM; $29 plus tax and 18 percent service. Reservations: 732-549-5306.

FRIDAY, APRIL 13
An American whiskey tasting, with special guest Jeremiah Goldovitz of Hunterdon Brewing Company, will be held at the Stockton Inn, 1 Main St, Stockton. Call 609-397-1250 for details and reservations.

Rahway Taste of Spring will take place in the Arts District Recreation Center and surrounding tents (275 E Milton Ave) in Rahway. More than 80 eateries, caterers, and food vendors from the Rahway metro area will be in attendance, along with two dozen wine/boutique beer/aperitif tasting stations. 5:30 to 9 PM; $30 in advance, $40 at the door. Visit www.rahwaytaste.com for ticket information.

SATURDAY, APRIL 14
A panel discussion and wine tasting with Hank Zona, host of The Grapes Unwrapped on SOMAtv and owner of Swirl Wine Events (swirlwineevents.com/wordpress), will be held at the GAS Gallery and Studio, 411 Ridgewood Rd, Maplewood, as part of the exhibition titled “The Intersection of Art and Wine.” 3 to 7 PM; free.

A Wheels & Wishes and Delicious Dishes fundraiser to benefit the Make-A-Wish Foundation of NJ will be held at the Westfield Armory, 550 Rahway Ave, Westfield. 7 PM to midnight; $50. For more information, log on to www.wheelsandwishes.com or call 973-473-2400.

SUNDAY, APRIL 15
A Tulocay wine dinner will be held at Stage Left, 5 Livingston Ave, New Brunswick. 5:30 PM; $99. For reservations, e-mail JAlexHall@stageleft.com or call 732-828-4444.

MONDAY, APRIL 16
A Taste of Talent: Dining by Design will be held at Perona Farms, 350 Andover-Sparta Rd (Route 517), Andover, on behalf of Project Self-Sufficiency, a private nonprofit community-based organization dedicated to improving the lives of low-income families in northwestern New Jersey. Patrons will sample hors d’oeuvres, entrées, and desserts from 30 area restaurants while bidding on creations by local interior design firms. 6:30 PM; individual tickets $200. For more information and tickets, call 973-940-3500.

A Wines of Frescobaldi dinner will be held at Undici Restaurant, 11 W River Rd, Rumson. $99 including dinner, seminar, tasting, tax, and gratuity. For reservations, call 732-842-3880.

A Taste of Gloucester County will be held at Auletto’s Catering, 1849 Cooper St, Almonesson, to benefit the Volunteer Center of Gloucester County. 6 to 8:30 PM; $60. For ticket information, call 856-415-9084 or log on to http://tasteofgloucestercounty.eventbrite.com.

Red Bank Flavour and the Two River Theater will present “Broadway in Red Bank” at the Two River Theater, 21 Bridge Ave, Red Bank, to benefit Red Bank Flavour, the Two River Theater’s Fund for New Work, and the Count Basie Theatre. The event will include cuisine from Red Bank restaurants and a cabaret performance featuring Broadway’s rising stars. 6 PM; tickets range in price from $75 to $200 are on sale now at www.trtc.org. The $75 and $100 tickets include a pre-show reception in the Two River Theater lobby and a food tasting. The $150 and $200 tickets include an exclusive pre-show reception in Two River’s Marion Huber Theater from 6 to 7:30 PM; vodka, champagne, and wine tastings; passed hors d’oeuvres; premier seating in the Rechnitz Theater; and a meet-and-greet with the artists.

“Yappy Hour” will be held on the garden patio at the Stockton Inn, 1 Main St, Stockton, to benefit the Animal Alliance, a shelter and rescue center. Ten percent of all food and cocktails purchased will be donated to the Animal Alliance. Four-legged friends on a leash are welcome to attend, and gourmet “bark-ery” treats will be provided, courtesy of Dogs & Cats Rule. 6 to 9 PM; $10 admission, payable to the Animal Alliance. For more information, call 609-397-1250.

THROUGH SATURDAY, MAY 5
A wine-themed art show, “The Intersection of Art and Wine,” will be held at GAS Gallery and Studio, 411 Ridgewood Rd, Maplewood, from April 3 through May 5, featuring local artists who have done wine-themed original artwork and wine industry professionals with art backgrounds. On April 14, there will be a panel discussion and wine tasting from 3 to 7 PM with the participating artists and Hank Zona, host of The Grapes Unwrapped on SOMAtv and owner of Swirl Wine Events (http://swirlwineevents.com/wordpress). Free.

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